Transforming XML Schema to HTML
Does anyone knows how to do the following?
1. Read the XML Schema (XSD)
2. Translate the XSD into a browser screen that might look like this:
<XHSD:HOUSE_NUMBER> [x] yes [ ] no
<XHSD:STREET_DIR_PREFIX> [x] yes [ ] no
<XHSD:STREET_NAME> [x] yes [ ] no
<XHSD:STREET_DIR_SUFFIX> [x] yes [ ] no
... etc ...
3. Translate the saved data into an XML package
4. Save the XML package.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I have been looking for the same thing, and as yet I haven't found anything aside this chain (if you find out more, i will be VERY pleased to hear):
1) use xslt to transform xsd into an xforms document
2) use mozilla with xforms plugin to edit and post (or put!)
Now comes the hard part....
The technology is not quite ripe yet, and my knowledge is limited.
I think the xslt is very hard to write, and using mozilla leaves out quite a few customers (not that I mind very much...)
There are currently no support for schema-included schemas, ****, my brain doesn't support them either.
I'm doing it using ASP.net to transform the XSD to HTML form. I want it to be generated automatically after reading and parsing the XSD file and save the HTML file.
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